God %[email protected]! America, Again?
Georgia’s runoff features one particular America-hating radical leftist.
The infamous chant from Reverend Jeremiah Wright spoken so eloquently in a sermon in 2003 rang around the world in 2008 — or at least it should have, since he was the pastor of Barack Hussein Obama. Wright preached:
When it came to treating her citizens of African descent fairly, America failed. The government put them in chains. She put them on slave quarters, put them on auction blocks, put them in cotton fields, put them in inferior schools, put them in sub-standard housing, put them in scientific experiments, put them in the lowest paying jobs, put them outside the equal protection of the law, kept them out of their racist bastions of higher education, and locked them into positions of hopelessness and helplessness. The government gives them the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes a three strike law, and then wants us to sing God Bless America… No, no, no! Not God bless America, God d—n America! That’s in the Bible.
If you didn’t think that was enough, we have a new black liberation theologist acting as a preacher on the Atlanta, Georgia, scene. He is trying to trade in his pastoral duties for the work of the ministry of politics. His name is Reverend Raphael Warnock, and he’s running on the liberal and controversial radical ticket for Senate. Like his predecessor, Warnock hates America and what she stands for. He stated the exact words of his mentor, Jeremiah Wright: “God d—n America!”
Where does this radical rhetoric come from? Why does the Left always seem to find the token black guy standing behind a pulpit as a puppet? It goes without saying that the Left uses pandering in exchange for the minority vote and filthy lucre.
Warnock said about the criminal justice system, “Somebody’s got to open up the jails and let our children go.” What?! I have over 20 years of experience working with “our children” in and out of jail. Oftentimes, “our children” are returned to civilization after being incarcerated, but they return to prison before long. Opening the jail cell and letting criminals leave sounds like a novel and compassionate idea, but it doesn’t hold water. What “our children” need are parents who love them, accountability for their actions, and a strong faith.
Warnock has fallen off his rocker, saying that if “black theology and the black church” will not support “dismantling the prison-industrial complex,” then “both deserve to die.” Are you shocked that a pastor would put the gospel of Jesus Christ on the back burner to the gospel of social justice? I’m not. This is business as usual with many black pastors. They claim to never “preach politics,” but they are always urging their members to vote. Vote or die.
Fair or not, Georgia has become a swing state with the recent election. It doesn’t need a radical to represent it in the Senate. Keep Georgia red!
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